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Programs for WNITDT on Saturday, May 26, 2018
12:00 AM
Nightly Business Report (HD, New, TV-G) Susie Gharib and Tyler Mathisen talk with leading business experts and look at up-to-date market reports, company information and economic news.
12:30 AM
Amanpour on PBS (HD, New) CNN chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour engages in conversations with global leaders and decision-makers about current events.
1:00 AM
Great Performances The Opera House (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The rich history of the Lincoln Center, home of the Metropolitan Opera, is explored as well as the cultural life of New York City during the 1950s and 60s.
3:00 AM
The Great American Read Launch (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Host Meredith Vieira launches her mission to celebrate the power and joy of reading, which will culminate in a national vote for "America's Best-Loved Book."
5:00 AM
The This Old House Hour (HD, New, TV-G) The pergola is put up; Ross tours a smart home; kitchen cabinets are installed on a brick wall; Tom makes a door weathertight; Roger and Jenn test lawn tools.
6:00 AM
Michigan Out-of-Doors (New, TV-G) Outdoor activities in the greater Michigan area are featured, including hunting and fishing, while conservation and environmental concerns are highlighted.
6:30 AM
The Best of the Joy of Painting After The Rain (New, TV-G) Art instructor Bob Ross teaches amateurs and newcomers to painting how to create a variety of natural scenes with easy-to-follow instructions.
7:00 AM
Quilting Arts Materials (Repeat, TV-G) Patricia Bolton is joined by quilt artists to cover the techniques they use in their designs as they show how to do the same stitching and techniques they use.
7:30 AM
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting It Waves Forever (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Host Sara Gallegos welcomes guest teacher Angela Huffman, who showcases the techniques to create custom patches in a column-style quilt.
8:00 AM
Sewing with Nancy Best Sweatshirt Makeovers, Part 1 (Repeat, TV-G) An expert in the craft shares her vast wealth of knowledge with viewers who are in need of contemporary sewing, quilting and home decorating ideas.
8:30 AM
Fresh Quilting Sewing Creatures (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
9:00 AM
It's Sew Easy Jazz Up Ready-to-Wear (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Fashion designer Laura Pifer uses a t-shirt to create a halter dress; embellishment expert Joanne Banko shares tips for needle felting.
9:30 AM
Knit and Crochet Now! Top Down Sweaters (Repeat, TV-G) Lena makes a tunic-length sweater; Ellen creates a lacy, long-sleeved pullover sweater; Melissa shares techniques for knitting mitered squares.
10:00 AM
Lidia's Kitchen Summer Picnic (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The renowned chef shows viewers how to prepare simple, economical and seasonal dishes, encouraging people to draw on their roots and be spontaneous.
10:30 AM
Dinner and a Book (New, TV-G) A talented cook provides viewers a chance to see some incredible recipes from best-selling books made in the kitchen by skilled individuals.
11:00 AM
Food Over 50 Sweet Things: Is Sugar Public Enemy #1? (HD, New, TV-G) David introduces a dessert tray, boozy oranges, and Chantilly cream over fruit; David adventures to Oasis Date Gardens to witness the harvest of dates.
11:30 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Weeknight Japanese Suppers (Repeat, TV-G) Bridget and Julia prepare crispy pan-fried chicken cutlets; Adam discusses his favorite Santoku knives; a test cook prepares miso-marinated salmon for Bridget.
12:00 PM
Samantha Brown's Places to Love Brooklyn, New York (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Samantha visits the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard, then she samples some whiskey and also tastes some unique foods at the largest open-air food market.
12:30 PM
Ellie's Real Good Food One Basket, One Week, Zero Waste (Repeat, TV-G) Host Ellie Krieger demonstrates how to buy a week's worth of vegetables, get the most out of them, and end up with zero waste at the end of the week.
1:00 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Leftovers: Use It or Lose It (Repeat, TV-G) Sara visits Arkansas to fish for catfish and learns a farmer's favorite way to prepare it; Sara makes peppery vegetarian rice with her friend, Chef Grace Young.
1:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Native Plants (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The host strolls through some of the most beautiful gardens in the U.S. and Europe to illustrate principles of design that can be used in any home or backyard.
2:00 PM
This Old House Charleston: Rainbow Row (HD, New, TV-G) Judith examines house colors; Tommy inspects termite damage; Tommy takes note of the single house's progress; a teacher and his students build a pergola.
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House Reface Fireplace, Kitchen Faucet (HD, New, TV-G) Mark teaches Krysten how to reface a granite fireplace; Jenn offers tips on how to start an organic garden; Richard replaces a kitchen faucet for a homeowner.
3:00 PM
Woodsmith Shop Working with Small Parts (Repeat, TV-G) Woodsmith magazine founding editor Don Peschke and a team of project designers present a common-sense approach to woodworking, including tips and tool reviews.
3:30 PM
The Woodwright's Shop Tool Chest Hinges & Latch (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Roy is joined by master blacksmith Peter Ross, who demonstrates how to forge the metal hinges and latch for a wooden replica tool chest.
4:00 PM
Nature The World's Most Wanted Animal (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Conservationist Maria Diekmann embarks on an effort to save the pangolin, a scaly mammal that has become the most trafficked animal in the world.
5:00 PM
PBS Newshour Weekend Ranked-Choice Voting (HD, New) Experts analyze and summarize the day's national and international news, and the topics being covered include education, the economy, healthcare and the arts.
5:30 PM
Experience Michiana (Repeat, TV-PG) Correspondents highlight the things to do and see in the center region of South Bend, Ind., and the issues that are important to the community.
6:00 PM
Classic Gospel Gaither Vocal Band: Sometimes it Takes a Mountain (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Bill Gaither and wife Gloria are joined by gospel musicians in highlights from over the past twenty years of the Gaither Homecoming Gospel Concert events.
7:00 PM
The Lawrence Welk Show Salute to the Armed Forces (1968) (TV-G) Renowned bandleader Lawrence Welk presents a selection of music performed by his band as well as songs by members of the Musical Family.
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Newport (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Treasures are appraised at Rosecliff Mansion, including a Fabergé jade snuff bottle, a Basquiat oil stick drawing, and a General Wharton Civil War archive.
9:00 PM
As Time Goes By A Trip to Los Angeles (TV-PG) Jean and Lionel arrive in Los Angeles to discuss with television executives the plans for the based on Lionel's book but find they need Alistair's help.
9:30 PM
As Time Goes By Dealing With Sally (TV-PG) Jean returns from Los Angeles to find the new branch manager is not suited to the position after all but discovers the opinions she heard may have been biased.
10:00 PM
Keeping Up Appearances 1994 Christmas Special (TV-PG) Hyacinth is in need of spiritual guidance when her only options for her kitchen's new color scheme are Angel Gabriel blue and Lucifer grey.
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Little Women: Part Two (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) When Mr. March falls ill, the March family fear the worst; as things change for Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, the family face their most difficult challenge yet.
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